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Work-Study Positions (See Special Instructions)

Work-study positions may be available for Piedmont Community College students who qualify for the Federal Work-study (FWS) program.  

FWS is offered as a part of a student’s total financial aid package to assist in meeting the cost of educational expenses while in attendance at Piedmont Community College. Funding for work-study is allocated through Title IV funds from the Federal government. Students must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) before applying for federal work-study. Work-study applications can then be completed and turned into the Financial Aid Office. Applications are kept on file for one academic year. 

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:  For more information on the program and how to apply, please visit:   https://www.piedmontcc.edu/Current-Student/Paying-for-College/Student-Jobs

Important Employment Information

The College's employment information and procedures are briefly outlined to assist you in the application process.

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Piedmont Community College is an EEO/ADA Employer.

HOW TO APPLY

A PCC application must be completed online at  https://piedmontcc.peopleadmin.com/. During the online application process, applicants must include a resume, cover letter, and any unofficial transcript(s). Required documents must be attached online in the "Documents Needed to Apply" section of the application process. All applications must be received in the Human Resources office by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date posted to be guaranteed for consideration.

Please contact the PCC Office of Human Resources if you have any questions about the recruitment process.

Email:  HR@piedmontcc.edu; Phone: (336) 322-2184 or (336) 322-2120.

THE COLLEGE

Piedmont Community College (PCC) is a multi-campus two-year community college serving Person and Caswell counties, with a consolidated population of approximately 60,000 persons. The College is located 40 miles north of the booming Research Triangle Park and 50 miles northeast of the Piedmont Triad. It is one of 58 colleges in the North Carolina Community College System.

The College has been extensively involved in service to local business and industry and in supporting local economic development initiatives. Over 8,900 people are served annually through the College's programs. PCC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees, diplomas and certificates. For more information, please visit our college overview.